Ford Recalls Focus Hatchbacks For Latch Release ProblemThe company says the hatch can be unlocked and unlatched too easily while the cars are moving.
Disabled Man Gets License, Shows Driverless Tech's PotentialFormer Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt, who was paralyzed in an accident 16 years ago, hasn't been able to drive around his neighborhood — until now.
Michigan Gives Fiat Chrysler $4.6M Incentive To Retool Sterling Heights PlantIt's part of a plan to add 700 jobs.
New Jeep Compass SUV Looks Like Shrunken Grand CherokeeThe fastest-growing part of the U.S. auto market is getting another new vehicle.
GM Unveils New Compact Chevy SUV In Super-Competitive MarketCustomers can select an engine that offers more of the attributes that are important to them: efficiency, performance and capability.
Tesla Sues Michigan, Challenges Law Requiring Dealer SalesThe federal lawsuit filed Thursday seeks a declaratory judgment that the "anti-Tesla" law is unconstitutional and an injunction to prevent its enforcement.
GM, Canadian Workers Reach Deal To Avert Strike"Our fear of a closure in 2019 is now over," Union President Jerry Dias said. "The facility clearly has a bright future."
Uber Plans To Open Office In DetroitTies between Detroit and Silicon Valley are growing as research into self-driving cars accelerates.
Truckers Warn Speed Caps Will Cause Crashes, Jam HighwaysA government plan to electronically limit the speed of tractor-trailers is drawing heavy opposition.
Software Co.: We Warned Tesla About Hands-Free Autopilot UseAt issue is whether Tesla rolled out the system before it was ready, essentially allowing it to be tested by owners, one of whom died.